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UCR’s student activism is a beacon of hope

With student protests sweeping across universities nationwide, the 2023-2024 academic year has been characterized by youth activism as students advocate for important social justice...

Students need to get off the streets and back to school

Beginning with Columbia University, colleges across the nation have seen a dramatic wave of pro-Palestinian student protestors rallying together to push for university financial...

A show of unity: collective action at Regents meeting

Pro-Palestinian protestors from across the University of California (UC) system came together to advocate and demand for the UC Board of Regents to hear...

Stop AAPI Hate confronts anti-Asian scapegoating in American politics

The rise of anti-Asian rhetoric in recent years has sparked great concern within Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. The surge in hatred...

A new generation must demand climate reform

During this past July, a new record was set for the world’s hottest July. Of course, the climate battle is considered existential and prioritized...

Women, Life, Freedom: The story of Mahsa Amini

On September 13, 2022, Mahsa Zhina Amini was arrested by the “morality police” of Iran due to the fact that she was “improperly” wearing...

America’s corporate celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month ignores real issues being...

September 15 in the United States marks the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, a time meant to uplift and highlight the voices of...

Welcome to college ー everything is not as it seems

When freshman and transfer students first step onto a college campus, they’re often bombarded with literature that boasts some of the institution’s proudest accomplishments....

In the wake of doomerism ideology, many are left wondering if...

Fifty-year-old Buddhist climate activist Wynn Bruce set himself on fire at the steps of the United States Supreme Court this past Earth Day as...

The Politics of Generation Z: How social media has changed the...

A heavy paralysis has taken over this country. Injustices are not being tended to and instead Americans are divided and sparring over whose side...